Learn how to create, save and share Documents, Spreadsheets, Forms, Drawings etc.
You can use Google Drive for:
Documents: For composing letters, flyers, essays, and other text-based files (similar to Microsoft Word documents)
Spreadsheets: For storing and organizing information (similar to Microsoft Excel workbooks)
Presentations: For creating slideshows (similar to Microsoft PowerPoint presentations)
Forms: For collecting and organizing data
Drawings: For creating simple vector graphics or diagrams
Google Drive doesn't just store your files; it also allows you to create, share, and manage documents with its own productivity apps. If you've ever used a suite like Microsoft Office, some things about Google Drive's apps might seem familiar. For instance, the types of files you can work with are similar to files that can be created with various Microsoft Office programs.
Using Drive isnt tricky at all. In fact, its probably one of the easiest cloud services to start using. So rather than giving you a needlessly long guideline, this app offers a brief introduction to navigating and using the Drive interface, and also includes a few tips to help you get the most out of the service.
Google Drive is a fantastic resource for those who need free (or cheap) online storage space. It synchronizes beautifully with Googles own suite of products, as well as several third-party services such as desktop email client Mailbird, productivity and organization software Evernote, and online communication tool Slack. Install this app and learn more.